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Gastronomic

Discover the gastronomic route around the Hotel Soho Barcelona.

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Iurantia

In the heart of the Eixample, this bright and lively establishment is decorated in mostly whites and reds. The cuisine is based on Italian tradition, but blends classic recipes with modern creativity to give innovative and fun finishing touches that lend personality to each of their fine dishes.

  • direction: Casanova, 42
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Segons Mercat

Located in the heart of Sant Antoni, this elegant restaurant offers a highly ambitious cuisine.

  • direction: Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 552
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Indochine Ly Leap

This hallmark Asian restaurant will transport you to the most exquisite Vietnam. Its décor is spectacular, featuring low tables, native vegetation, fountains, woods… You’ll think you’re in Hanoi.

  • direction: Muntaner, 82
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La Flauta

25 years of great meals affirm this restaurant’s excellent reputation. Don’t miss the flautas, scrumptious sandwiches served on long and skinny housemade rolls… perfect for informal dinners.

  • direction: Aribau, 23
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Escribà

Antoni Escribà founded this pastry shop and chocolatier after studying his craft in France. It was considered the best pastry shop in all of Europe. At Escribà, the sky’s the limit!

  • direction: Gran Via de les Corts, 546
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Akashi Gallery

This tiny local Japanese joint is much more than a sushi bar. Located in the Eixample neighborhood of Barcelona, it is the result of the passion for Japan shared by the photographers Tina Bagué, of Catalonia, and Toru Morimoto, of Japan. The couple has developed a relaxed atmosphere and a very healthy menu, making Akashi Gallery a teahouse, Japanese bar, photography gallery… and an ideal spot for enjoying Japan’s delicacies.

  • direction: Rosselló, 197
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Pappa Sven

Nina Olsen and Erik Nilsson are a pair of Barcelona-based Swedes who decided one day to share the flavors of their homeland with the Catalonian capital. They opened the first Swedish restaurant in Barcelona, where guests can enjoy all the classic dishes of Swedish cuisine, like smoked fish and reindeer meat.

  • direction: Villarroel, 22
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